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Jul202016

Baker's Field Flour & Bread at the Mill City Farmers Market

Baker's Field Flour & Bread, founded by Steve Horton (formerly of Rustica Bakery) and the newest addition to the FOOD BUILDING, joined The Lone Grazer and Red Table Meats at the July 16 Market. 

Baker's Field Flour & Bread is linking the key people necessary to make delicious bread: farmers, millers, and bakers.  They are bakers milling flour for bakers, and purchase most of their grain directly from farmers in the upper Midwest.

Steve chose the “stone-cold-milling” method because the key elements of the whole grain (the bran, endosperm, and germ) are kept more intact than flour milled by contemporary roller mills. By milling at lower temperatures, the naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and oils are retained.

You can follow Baker's Field Flour & Bread on Facebook and Instagram.

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

July 16, 2016 Mill City Farmers Market

Steve has also served as a judge in previous Mill City Farmers Market bread baking contests.

September 21, 2013 Mill City Farmers Market

September 21, 2013 Mill City Farmers Market

 

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